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Birds of a feather

Monica Pidgeon, who receives her much deserved honorary aa award tomorrow evening, still lives in the Walter Segal-designed St Anne's Close in Highgate where she was a founder resident with, among others, Michael Cooke-Yarborough and Michael Grice, founder partners of acp (Grice is still a resident too). Representing a new generation of architects is Steve Tompkins of Haworth Tompkins, architect for the Royal Court Theatre project. What has kept the St Anne's Close scheme so attractive ...

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